'Traditional leaders extremely important in Guinea': Junta hosts talks on post-coup transition

Guinea's ruling military opened a four-day series of talks on Tuesday, intended to pave a return towards civilian rule after a putsch in the West African state. The junta, which has come under intense diplomatic pressure since seizing power on September 5 from president Alpha Conde, began talks with politicians and religious leaders on Tuesday. FRANCE 24's James André tells us more.